AARP Presents Movies For Grownups

Tomorrow at 8pm ET

AARP’s entertainment editor Bill Newcott will share his picks for new releases in the theaters, DVD and VOD

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Need new ideas or a fresh take on a classic dish? We've got the recipes you'll love to try from the RLTV shows you love to watch.

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Tonight at 8:00pm ET

Book lovers, your Thursday nights are about to get booked up. Daryn Kagan explores the fascinating world of books and the people who write them.

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RLTV Movie Spotlight

Before you head to your local movie theater check out RLTV’s Movie Spotlight. This week’s film is Calvary. Father James is a good priest who is faced with sinister and troubling circumstances brought about by a mysterious member of his parish.

RLTV News

RLTV AND VERIZON EXPAND ON LONG-TERM AGREEMENT

RLTV, the only network and online destination dedicated to Generation 50+, has reached a new carriage agreement with Verizon, expanding its existing relationship. As a result of the agreement, Verizon has added RLTV to its FiOS TV Extreme HD package, extending RLTV’s reach across the country.

A TASTE OF HISTORY RETURNS TO RLTV FOR SECOND SEASON

RLTV premieres the second season of the historical cooking series, A Taste of History, on June 25, 2014 at 8:00 PM ET. Hosted by award-winning chef Walter Staib, the half-hour show combines history, culture, and how-to cooking demonstrations to reveal the story of America's culinary beginnings. A Taste of History showcases Chef Staib's mastery of open-hearth cookery and extensive knowledge of historical cuisine. In the second season, Chef Staib takes viewers on exploration journeys, from Philadelphia's Liberty Bell and Baltimore's Ft. McHenry to Kyoto, Japan and Berlin, Germany. He crisscrosses the globe to explore how food helped shape our country and its relevancy to our culture today.

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When Music Becomes Your Medicine

Playing an instrument provides physical and emotional benefits

What’s Best at Midlife: Cardio or Weights?

What you need to know to determine your optimal fitness plan

Why Being a Grandma May Be Good for the Brain

New research finds a hidden benefit in caring for grandkids

What Should You Weigh?

Figuring out what the scale should say, not what you want it to, is worth the trouble

A New Literature of Dementia

These four new books can comfort and inform caregivers

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